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Unfiltered: Champagne to Dance For (Wine Spectator)
Plus, California legalizes "sip and spit" for 18 and older, rumors swirl around Torbreck vineyard purchase, Malibu becomes an AVA and French dining's latest sign of decline

Wine Counterfeiter Rudy Kurniawan's Sentencing Delayed Until Aug. 4 (Wine Spectator)
Judge will allow defense to question experts; Kurniawan settles lawsuit with Bill Koch

Chefs Cook at Home: Rebecca Meeker's Farro Crêpe with Prosciutto and Figs (Wine Spectator)
An Austin chef's brunch special, inspired by the dinner menu

Napa’s Quixote Winery Sold to Chinese-Owned Firm For Approximately $29 Million (Wine Spectator)
Sale of Stags Leap property the latest in a series of recent Asian acquisitions

Wine Spectator Auction Index Rises 1.5 percent in Second Quarter (Wine Spectator)
Despite small growth overall, some sky-high prices; choice Burgundies soar

California Wine Growers: What Damaged Our Vines? (Wine Spectator)
Aerial spraying of pesticides may have drifted onto Lodi vines; extent of loss is yet to be determined

Billionaire Wine Collector Bill Koch Settles with New York Auctioneer (Wine Spectator)
Auction house agrees to financial settlement and changes to its conditions of sale

Bordeaux Roadkill: 18,000 Bottles of St.-Emilion Smashed (Wine Spectator)
Plus, plumbers plead guilty to Seattle wine capers, more controversy over Chinese wine trademarks, and the Languedoc gets a new AOC

New Mexico Sparkling Wine House Gruet Finds a Partner (Wine Spectator)
Precept Brands, the largest privately owned wine firm in the northwest, will help with marketing and sales

When Did Wine Become So Partisan? (Wine Spectator)
Why crusades are a fool's errand
  
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Unfiltered: Champagne to Dance For (Wine Spectator)
Plus, California legalizes "sip and spit" for 18 and older, rumors swirl around Torbreck vineyard purchase, Malibu becomes an AVA and French dining's latest sign of decline

Wine Counterfeiter Rudy Kurniawan's Sentencing Delayed Until Aug. 4 (Wine Spectator)
Judge will allow defense to question experts; Kurniawan settles lawsuit with Bill Koch

Chefs Cook at Home: Rebecca Meeker's Farro Crêpe with Prosciutto and Figs (Wine Spectator)
An Austin chef's brunch special, inspired by the dinner menu

Napa’s Quixote Winery Sold to Chinese-Owned Firm For Approximately $29 Million (Wine Spectator)
Sale of Stags Leap property the latest in a series of recent Asian acquisitions

Wine Spectator Auction Index Rises 1.5 percent in Second Quarter (Wine Spectator)
Despite small growth overall, some sky-high prices; choice Burgundies soar

California Wine Growers: What Damaged Our Vines? (Wine Spectator)
Aerial spraying of pesticides may have drifted onto Lodi vines; extent of loss is yet to be determined

Billionaire Wine Collector Bill Koch Settles with New York Auctioneer (Wine Spectator)
Auction house agrees to financial settlement and changes to its conditions of sale

Bordeaux Roadkill: 18,000 Bottles of St.-Emilion Smashed (Wine Spectator)
Plus, plumbers plead guilty to Seattle wine capers, more controversy over Chinese wine trademarks, and the Languedoc gets a new AOC

New Mexico Sparkling Wine House Gruet Finds a Partner (Wine Spectator)
Precept Brands, the largest privately owned wine firm in the northwest, will help with marketing and sales

When Did Wine Become So Partisan? (Wine Spectator)
Why crusades are a fool's errand